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goodspeaker 11th June 2006 11:45 AM

Subwoofer Eton 12-680/62HEX your suggestion?
 
Hi
I need to make subwoofer for Home Theater so vented box to make high SPL
On Eton 12-680/62HEX. I have this driver already.
Fs=26Hz, Vas=150l, Qts=0.34
BassBox6 gave me Vb=69l, Fb=29Hz, F3=38Hz. I guess this is OK
But your advise will be welcome.

Side firing or bottom firing to make? what is difference?
If bottom firing how high should be driver from bottom?

Stiffler 6th December 2006 10:55 AM

Why dont you try this one...think you got enough spl from it.

http://www.dddac.de/op04.htm

fishball79 7th December 2006 07:42 AM

I also have this driver but intend to use it as a sub not over 100hz.

Considering my room size (9x12ft or 3x4m) perhaps a sealed design would supply sufficient SPL

I intend to measure its T/S to get more accurate box predictions.

I've heard this driver in a 4th order bandpass design in the German Ascendo System M loudspeaker and found it extremely musical. In this alignment it rolls off after 120hz.

I'm tossing between sealed and this alignment myself.

How high do you intend to cross at?

FAV 17th July 2010 11:35 PM

I want to buy two Eton 12-680/62HEX
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by goodspeaker (Post 937781)
Hi
I need to make subwoofer for Home Theater so vented box to make high SPL
On Eton 12-680/62HEX. I have this driver already.
Fs=26Hz, Vas=150l, Qts=0.34
BassBox6 gave me Vb=69l, Fb=29Hz, F3=38Hz. I guess this is OK
But your advise will be welcome.

Side firing or bottom firing to make? what is difference?
If bottom firing how high should be driver from bottom?

Where do I get them and how much do they cost?

GM 18th July 2010 04:27 AM

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